Age-Appropriate Transition Assessment
- What Is AATA?
- A Closer Look at AATA
- Sensory Processing Challenges
- Executive Function/Organization
- Adult Agencies to Assist in AATA
- Self-Determination Is a Key Factor
- ELSA Documents
In this volume, Age-Appropriate Transition Assessment, the user will take a close look at the intention of Age-Appropriate Transition Assessment (AATA) and the implications to students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Accurate and meaningful AATA is critical to the development of a plan that both fits the student's interests and strengths and meets the student's needs.
Application of this process for students with ASD requires special consideration. The goal of this guide is to assist the team in understanding these issues and to provide assistance with the development of an AATA plan. The resulting plan should provide useful, accurate and individualized information that leads to critical skill development for the future based on the student's preferences interests, needs and strengths.